New Outlook offers self-contained, safe accommodation with a range of communal facilities and on-site support for people who have a visual impairment or sight loss at the Albert Weedall Centre and Queen Mother Gardens.
Albert Weedall Centre
Albert Weedall Centre is a supported housing scheme situated in the Birmingham suburb of Erdington, for older people with sight loss. The site comprises 25 one bedroom apartments that are specifically adapted to the needs of those with a visual impairment
Facilities: Fitted kitchen | Spacious lounge | Walk-in wet room | Double bedroom
Queen Mother Gardens
Queen Mother Gardens is a purpose-built property that provides very supported accommodation, with 24 hour support, for older people with sight loss. Queen Mother Gardens is based in Harborne, Birmingham and was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 1991
Facilities: Fitted kitchen | Large bathrooms | Spacious lounge | walk-in showers | Double bedroom
We also provide an Extra Care service to tenants with a visual impairment and sight loss at Chatham Place, Northfield and an on-site Care and Support service to people living at Plummers House, Aston.
We provide an Extra Care service to tenants with a visual impairment and sight loss at Chatham Place, Northfield in partnership with Midland Heart HA who own and manage the building.
We provide an on-site Care and Support service to people living at Plummers House, Aston in partnership with Nehemiah HA who own and manage the building.